UCO English Professor Wayne Stein Speaks at TEDxUCO

Dr. Stein at TEDxUCO, holding nunchucks

Dr. Wayne Stein, Professor of English, delivered a talk titled “Resilience Against Cancer: Thriving Amidst Adversity” on April 14, 2021 as part of the TEDxUCO series. Stein discussed the ways in which he has used the path of the mindful warrior and the weapon of positivity to overcome painful adversities while battling cancer during the COVID-19 . . .  read more

Catherine Webster presented at 20th and 21st Century French and Francophone Studies International Colloquium

Dr. Cathy Webster speaks at French Convention

Dr. Catherine Webster, professor of French, gave a paper at the 20th and 21st Century French and Francophone Studies International Colloquium, hosted by the University Pittsburgh. Her talk, entitled “Les femmes SDF: Agency in Urban and Rural Spaces,” explored the representation of homeless women in three contemporary French films as well as the . . .  read more

Student Presents in Washington, DC Conference

Grace Wray and Jessica Sheetz-Nguyen

Congratulations to CLA major Grace Wray for taking part in the first-ever virtual “Posters on the Hill” on April 21, 2020, and kudos to her mentor, Dr. Jessica Sheetz-Nguyen! Posters on the Hill is the nation’s premier advocacy event hosted by the Council on Undergraduate Research. Each year about 60 student researchers and their mentors . . .  read more

UCO Strategic Communications Professor Presenting at International Public Relations Society of America

Chad Perry

Dr. Chad Perry, assistant professor in strategic communications is presenting a workshop in October at the 2018 International Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) Conference. The conference will take place in Austin, TX. His workshop is on intercultural communication. Additionally, Dr. Perry is the 2018 recipient of the Paul E. Dannelley Harmony . . .  read more

Faculty Accomplishments Aug. 2018

Assistant Professor Rebecca M. Quoss-Moore’s The Political Aesthetics of Anne Boleyn’s Queenship in Henry VIII appears in the recently released Palgrave Handbook of Shakespeare’s Queens. 

Dr. Lindsey Churchill presented Diggin’ the Tupes: Uruguayan and U.S. Activism, Imagination and Solidarity during the World History Association . . .  read more